The National Security Agency (NSA) has published two cybersecurity information sheets (CSIs) with recommendations for National Security System (NSS) and Department of Defense (DoD) workers and system administrators on securing networks and responding to incidents during the work-from-home period.
The U.S. House of Representatives this week passed the IoT Cybersecurity Improvement Act, a bill whose goal is to improve the security of IoT devices.
The Department of Justice ( DOJ ) charged 345 people, including doctors, nurses, and a variety of medical professionals allegedly involved in more than $6 billion in healthcare fraud. The DOJ’s law enforcement action spanned 51 federal jurisdictions.
This week’s top stories include a Universal Health Services cyberattack forcing the shutdown of user access to IT applications and Anthem reaching a $39.5 million settlement in a 2015 attack. UHS
Tyler Technologies, a major provider of software and services for state and local governments in the United States, has confirmed that the recently disclosed cybersecurity incident involved ransomware. Government
A threat actor was able to compromise the network of a federal agency and create a reverse proxy and install malware, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) reported on Thursday.
A hacking group whose members are Russian speakers is targeting organizations in Russia and post-Soviet countries with ransomware, Group-IB’s security researchers have discovered.
Microsoft says it has observed threat actors actively targeting the Zerologon vulnerability affecting Windows Server.
The COVID-19 pandemic has apparently resulted in industrial systems being increasingly targeted by malicious actors through brute-force attacks on the Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP), Kaspersky reported on Thursday.
As healthcare organizations face more remote work, the acceleration of telehealth and new interoperability rules, security will only get more complicated. Bigger